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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta DR. P. W. TULLER i i^HYSIClAN AND SURGEON LETHBRIDGE jplHw-Ou lllock. (Honrs-11.()() l� 13.f)0 noon; 3:00 lo ?;()() p. m.; 7;3 > lo 8:30 p. oi. announces to his bid friends '''��''''p''""e-t"��" Father of the "Dry-Farming" System and customers he has opened a On Baroness Road,, cast ol the Co .rt House DR.C. G. CRAG6 Pl-rYSlCIAN AKD SURGEON uA!m over B'iginbotkbm'b Drug Store Phone Qfflco 135. Boum 94. Office hour.s->9 to 11 a.m., l.SU lo 4.30 p.m., 7 to 8 p.m. s(�t?iil..s )"i"oii) Itis ('.xiH'ricnt't's iiiul iii' ^Kt'k cnjicr'clx' illiiKt Tilt irms t^i wh.t' he liiiK liohp urtf/iT iiiiiny x'lisic'l (litions ntvi tiil.o li'ssdiKs in I'lii'iiiiiig' I'i'om i>luii) l-nrm,.'rs. On 'ihc 2MK i,, ; .iyngi' of traflic on tlio' nuiJn line through soiiin sort iif troU-lil.' or oilii'i-. iind iiii'iit iciiu'd jis iin insnincc. ihi' uaslioiil.s Idsl ./ikii'. I'li-fors.'i'ii things umilil imtiii' wiiich. 1.1' siiid. it V iiK inipossililf (o guard against, lie did not think llio closing down of till' iiiiiii.s could l-.e directly charieriAl In ri, shorlaijc of cars, lie said ilii' CI' U. was doing jis bi'sl ti) Kcciiii' new |iower i>nd curs. They were gfltiiig' in ii hotti-r posi-tiiHi ever.', dii.v. .\t present locuino -live and car builders wore j-efiising Dr. F. H' Mewburn Offic&-Redpath St; cor. Burdett. Honrs-BetoK' i> a.m... 3-3 p.m., 7-8 p. ni. Sili�l.(y8-2.JX> to 8.3(1 p.m. TelepliQiie 41. W. S. GALBRAITH. M.D.C.M. (McGill) �the \Vv'sL.rn S'tntes. I'rofessor (Jump-""I ""' '- The Time for 1 I 'f Ix'll will carry Is (iiie of good chuei : fariiiiiiig in. I he dry cniuitr.v are Give Him a CalJ. ami tuic.ouragouMmt and culciiUiK-d to inspire conli'dence. Tin. substance of t'lic iiK'ssaii'e is 'thut thi^ |-|iriuer ni.u:^t L use the head as uell as the hand, that hi' iii.iist I'urii'i intelligi'iit l.v as i Well as wi'th niiicli labor, aii'd so do is possible no't oiilv lo con-j [now in entrenched p.isiiions in PlIVi^lCIAN, SIKGKON ACCOl'CH ER (Jffice-Biiniette St. Phone 53 '"s H H1J,*__, o t� 'JL 7 S 11 ni duct ordinar.s farm operatioiiN on the |," . . . , . onra-lietore:�a.m., .i-i, (-n p.m  ' iunowiedgtr nMir n/el)i(,I'lud not been resorted '.o i modidca t ion ther.'or is followed and the progress-ivi"g'- before, aii'd it was a new mat lei- for llie acciuinl ing ilupa rl men I to deal with. .Mr. .lanriesoii said pro\i.�ion WaS j being iimile to store more coal this j and tlic.v were pivepaiv-d toslore .(Ct il. but or iikkIi'I farms in a half ilii/.enstaI's and planiung fur moce He has bca j twice recentl.v into California to j preach th;' new dm-trino. He is en-�gagt'd in personnll.v dir.'ct work in Mexico. He has lived m .see thousands accept his vicus v lio ought to have been in the leiil in tb.' move -;ment.-IvdmontOJi Hiilletin. �'W;in. Leases shall be for a perio exc(ls leascil are not subjei'l to )i()in�'siend entry or .sale, but the Mini.ster of Interior may ciin(n.| a. leasi'liolil, or any portion Iheiecif;ivin;; the lessee two years" not -i e. The rental chargea/ile is 1 uii c,wl.s. per acrtj'per annuni. A Money to Liend on Town and Farm Property C. r.IIARKIS ami ng ii; BLOCK he has proc^^ d-.".! along logical lines to a dclin'ite conclusion. He is alru.' , ^ scieiitisl. r" 1  i�ut to many oih.s who know II i(]gf Shortis^e cxplamfd. W. Campbell intimately he is � plain v'^' and p'actical I'arm.'r. who has had a : ._ � , j l',anl1 .lune 1..-Nearl.v eviry opeia- !|or who bus given ovi^leuce. before ' ,  i> 1 1. ^''''ikf more persistence tban hi'sneigh- d not IVirristcr, Advocate, Notary I. nblic Onifc - Oliver Block, up-stairs. HAM I I/ION & YOUNG liiigjncers iind Snrveyors erl at least some of the great pridi-; k'liis which confront the farms in all lilfise regioii.s wliere tlK-re is deTicient rainfail. Mr. Caiiipber, is a l.vpical \anWe.., a Verniomer. who met ibe �fate of maii.v another ^�ank.:'e who tried to farm the ilry prairies of the DaUotas b.v Nvw l^ii.glaiKl m..,.l lio'ds. I I Jut inslc-fUl of following his disiiia.v- t'lie coal conuniiission com'.dniiiod of I h'"- ' H' Block, LetidiritlgC ed neigilil,ors back m the. ,.|d home; less he uwris oiK' bead of cattle or .----' � lie j-.-iiuiin.-d and resolved ii|i..ii know' live liL'ad of she.'p for eveiy GU acres ��.DITIXTI'O "'^'i' ""''�'^ "i '�""""^'�'�'"l LETHBBIDGE. ALBERTA!,,,,,,,,,^,,,, ,,. ,^,, ..,||^.,... larniers i l'""^^"" '"l""".v -- ; could 7101 e.n-plain sonn. ihings. He �Snmet iiiv.'s it was im - ' , I possible, on accniiiit of these condit- ions so g'(mei-al throughout ihe coun- foliowi.'d. 1:1'.' l'ten h. sliev'P ;i.cui-eil oil .'Cl-elnry f the Ji,"l>;irlii)enl of Ihe Interior, dtlavva. W. W. CDIiV. It[.|iiity of tile Minister of Interior. X p. _lnaiiihni-i-/.i'd publication of this iidverl iseliii-nt vvill not be paid for. WCHAUI n  ^ � n * evperiinieided for liiiiisidf. . Painter & Decorator:f,ii,,. j^,.,g years of di.soo,.rugt.,,et�t Agent for Empire Wall Paper Co., Asent for S. P. Nelson & Co.'s Wiiidowplianie, the motlern trans-lucoiit 'rjliiss decoration. Leave orders at Ltithbridge Hotel ft. C. MOORE run^ral Director and Ernbalmer I Officii-Xext to Prestytorian Church. UtUce I'hone 102. Hesiilimce 136. General Teaming. I.ethhi idtttf. Lodse No. 2. im- plemenls. He nuide usi' of inothnds never I efore .siiggvsteil. II,' applied .sonw old principles to the new con-ilitioiis and he shirteuring iIk' winter of coi.i-se. the .^Xfii'Ahvr tondi'tions were ver.v severe, iirid that incapac-ilatcd ihi^ C-I.'.M. a. very gr-eut ik-al, but this rtHWi. had given better trans 'porlation thfln was.-..obtain�!�1 on other lines in .siui-ilar territory. tl, was poiivtoa oiit- by (JUlef .liis-licij S'if'ton th-tTf the sHlvortnge of cars in tlKt Crovv'.s Nest I'ass was g.'u- Mr. \ .sti-ii-t observance of the' Lord's J.Va.v .^ct would serioiisl.v- interfere Willi suppl.v ing curs to the mines. A tie 11(1 of iratlic for one tla.y nit'aiit it was iiii::iossihle to gel thi' liir; moving in tiiiie to get cars to ihe mines before Tuesday at the latest, j jMr. .rainieson eniphasized the neces- j sity of dealers in douieslic coal get- j I ting their supply from the iiiiincs us | early us pos..*ible in order to avoid a j Coal famine., I This afternoon W'. P. Little, inanu-ger, ./antes :Mot-ris, su|iorijitendent, and Dr. liichaTdson. medical atten -danC of the Caniiiiore nune, gav,' evidence. -Mr. Little favorcnl the .Nova Scotia coiiipeiisa tinn act but had no use for ihe oik? ailopted by Coliiiiibia. ill regard to the hours, he Ihouglit the transportation men should Work longer than the ii'.eii in the min-e. If they did not tho output would be decroa.sed and the co-st of coal to the coiisiiiuer inc.rensed. H-.' believ,.il in the Ontario s,vslem of vv alehouses for storing coal. Cnder j it the dealer could liiiance a big pur-' (-) of coal, as Ibe certilicate for toliuage was negi.l iabk' at the banks j fir. IJ.ii hardson bud e.vpei-ieiice with | iiiiiners as patients for ten .vears.and i he said their health was good. 1 fe j obji-cteii, liowever, to boys iin-der 1 I being allowed to work in mines, as ] it is dotrinn'ii-tal: to, their health tin-I til they have nuitiired growth. They | rei|iiiie sunlight during the develop-! nient period, and this they could not j .secure in a mine. 'I'he doctor : also thought ni-inei-s should have a i'egu-lar time for enting i-n the nvine. Striking Gas is near at hand. {Ik. Call and see our lists before prices go highe^ If you want an Empire Type-wri-." ter, we are the Agents. Bornes $ coohe ROOM 7. OLIVER BLOCK PHONE 12.} Provincial Luiber & Mdsiifacg. [o. Ltd., Manufacturers, .lobbers and Dealers General Wood Working Factory WHOLESALE -RETAIL Lumber, Doors,. Stisli, Moultliiigs, Turnings, Shingle, Lathf Cedar Posts: and all kinds of Building Supplies. ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON JOB WORK I TRY WM. OLIVER I t -FOR--- I Everything required in the construction' of a Building, Lumber and all kinds of Mill Work Do not send all your money to Calgary and Cranbrook. Ht^lp to buikl up Lethbridge and a local industry by patronizing.$*;|x8>^-i^^'?,i^^^^^ '(g>^>^^''i|$'^xg"^^^-le ,n r.l.iretlow,,->I.itl e err �eeen ncconvplish - All>crta, exccpUiiK � and illl, not re.eried. ' . ' may be �o.neHie.i.led by any persoo who U ih. ed and is a iraitU't ol record. ho.e head of a tanilly. or any maloover IS.yearn Pro-t'i'.ssor Campl'ell lives in a mo.l-ofaire. to Ihe extent orone-iiinii-ler section ot ^^^^ h,,ni,. in a sidnirli of Lincoln, Ne- .lUU acre., mote orlesN. |;rasl>.�')l method." Ifo Deputy of the MlnlRter of the Interior, fdltioii.s und what the result has boon T. L. CLARKE THE FLORIST ........HAS ON HAND A GOOD DISPLAY ()F........ House Plants IXCLrDING Begonias, Fushcias, Geraniums, Primroses, Gloxinia, Palms, Dra-cenas, Rubber Plants, Ferns, Hops ETC.. ETC.. ALSO For the^ Garden-Asters, Stocks, Lobelia; Verbena, Phlox, Pansies, Geraniiims, etc. : Rose Trees .'l.^.->;,'.-,. .... � .. � . Ciit Flowers Greenhouse Corner Cntbill and Conrtland Streets South sitie of Biirracka. BUTTER We hiive succeeded in placing our contract with the Alberta (iovernmeiit Creamery for our entire supply this season.; With onr special cooling faciiititis we are enabled to supply our eustomersi with a No. 1 grade article, and we therefore invite your orders v.ith a .gmtraiitee that we can give satisffiction. First sliipmetit .just arrived, (live us a tritil order. - A. EASTON & CO. MANlJFACTrREKS OF HARNESS, SADDLES, AND GENERAL HORSE FURNISHINGS AND DEALERS IN TRUNKS AND VALISES. MITTS, GLOVES, ROBES, WHIPS, TENTS, AWNINGS, WAGON COVERS, HAY AND GRAIN, ETC. '< I AN OLD TIMER WITH THE- OLD BRANDS OF Ll.(^)UORS AND CTGAES IN A N E W S T A N D Just drop into my new (jnarters and convince yourself that I ant up-to-thife. �. The cleanest and brightest shop in Soutlu-;rn Alberta, '. � ;